We love this Moscato Rose that is fruity with strawberry aromas, tangy red apple fruit on the palate with a touch of a component that resembles bitter sweet chocolate covered cherries on the finish.
The description from Snooth does apty describe this Champagne…as its more of a fruit-punch with some seltzer.
Now, I am on a sweet-champagne kick at the moment, so I’m trying any affordable Moscato style Champagne that I run across. However, this is not what I care for. The taste is quite sweet in that fruit-juice kind of way, but it carries with it a rough texture; a little too dry, a little too acidic. The after-taste is somewhat bitter as well. I don’t feel as if the sweetness is naturally induced here, but artificial with some type of syrup. Just my take on it.
I feel as if I need to think of this as a Belini cocktail. While the Belini delivers a sweetness with fruit, it’s more natural, especially when made with fresh peaches. I’ve had pre-mixed bottled Belini’s before that are decent enough, but even those don’t have the artificial-ness that this Moscato Rose’ delivers.
Not a fan of this, but it’s not a horrible drink either. Just not my style.